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From the Publisher"A family meal is a social construct more complicated than the tasks involved would suggest, and its study is back where sexuality was before Freud. In fact, Kaufmann reminds us, historically there have been more taboos concerning food than sex."
The International Herald Tribune
"By showing how the preparation and consumption of food form the basis of our closest personal relationships, Kaufmann provides a persuasively unromantic view of why cooking matters."
Alan Warde, University of Manchester